My wife's company has a "culture" of having everyone on video for every remote call. At first, I thought that sounded kinda nice.
Then I discovered that every time I'm in the middle of an audio only call, and someone is sharing really important information onscreen, she starts one of her video group hugs, and my call goes to crap.
Now, I just think her company is infested with self-absorbed, narcissistic twats.
It's all about perspective.
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